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Date:11/29/2009

y to the physician. Since therapy takes place locally, impact to the patient is minimalized and quality of life improved as he or she can be released from hospital soon afterward. These local procedures are advisable, especially for patients who are advanced in years, have a poor general health condition, or are afflicted with accompanying diseases, which do not permit a major operation or aggressive chemotherapy.

"At RSNA 2009, Siemens is pleased to demonstrate applications and enhancements to the Artis zee platform designed to support the phenomenal growth in interventional oncology procedures," said Claus Grill, vice president, Cardiac, Interventional, Neuro and X-ray Systems, Siemens Healthcare. "With tools for improved planning, visualization, and needle guidance, as well as enhanced patient access as delivered by the Artis zeego, physicians can more effectively treat tumors in less invasive ways for patients."

syngo® DynaCT enables the display of soft tissue, including tumors and of the complex structures of the blood vessels supplying them during therapy. Thanks to short reconstruction times, abdominal images can be made available to the treating physician within 22 seconds. An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations(1).

Large-volume syngo DynaCT offers the interventional radiologist virtually unlimited freedom of movement in combination with the robotic-based angiography system Artis zeego®. The system's flat detector rotates twice 220 degrees around the patient with such precision that cross-sectional images covering 47 centimeters can be acquired. These images enable more comprehensive anatomic coverage than soft tissue images acquired with any other angiography system. The liver and lungs can be covered fully.


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